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The next morning, Finney abandoned the law as a career. He was convinced he must become a gospel preacher.
Hatred stirs up strife, but love covers all sins. (Proverbs 10:12 NKJV) PROVERBS 10 IN ITS ENTIRETY Thought for the Week: A man, whose heart is full of hatred and […]
Many British Christians viewed this as a mandate of biblical prophecy
The firestorm against the early Christians created a belief that martyrdom was the norm, something to be expected and even desired. When Emperor Diocletian forbade possession of Scriptures, Euplius, a […]
When Swithun’s remains were transferred to the cathedral, many people claimed miraculous cures.
June 22 on the church calendar honors the memory of Paulinus—a wealthy man who gave away his money, a married man who became a priest, and a lawyer who became […]
John Livingstone was a preacher’s kid, born in Scotland in 1603. He continued living with his father when grown, and that caused problems. John wanted to move to France and […]
Joseph habitually rose at 4:00 in the morning, praying and studying his Bible until 8:00.
They had all, it seems, forgotten the basin and the towel.
“Let me forget the world,” he said, “and be swallowed up in a desire to glorify God.”
In 1305 Philip the Fair of France, eyeing their wealth, used a disgruntled knight to bring charges against the order.
He became the most prolific and respected Christian journalist in the English-speaking world.